Extract Tables from within a cell

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HabenG
HabenG on 27 Nov 2021
Answered: Walter Roberson on 27 Nov 2021
I have a bunch of tables saved within a cell, each table with two columns. How do i extract each table from the cell?
The table is attached.

Accepted Answer

Chunru
Chunru on 27 Nov 2021
s = load("Tables")
s = struct with fields:
Tables: {[1512×2 table] [1512×2 table] [1512×2 table] [1512×2 table] [1512×2 table] [1512×2 table] [1512×2 table]}
% i-th tables
i = 1;
t = s.Tables{i}
t = 1512×2 table
Px Var2 ______ _______ 10.9 0.74314 10.9 0.74314 10.91 0.75497 10.88 0.72697 10.88 0.72692 10.87 0.72287 10.87 0.72287 10.9 0.74314 10.87 0.72287 10.84 0.72796 10.84 0.72796 10.87 0.72287 10.925 0.77663 10.98 0.87914 11.059 0.99377 11.095 1.0041

More Answers (2)

KSSV
KSSV on 27 Nov 2021
load('Tables.mat');
T = cellfun(@table2array,Tables,'UniformOutput',false) ;
iwant = cell2mat(T') ;

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Nov 2021
Tables{1}
Tables{2}
and so on.
If you wanted to put the results together into a cell array so that you could work with this in a loop or something like that... then the cell array would be exactly the same as what you already have.
I have the suspicion that you want to extract them into individual variables and that you want that done automatically no matter how many entries are in the cell. If so... don't . http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/304528-tutorial-why-variables-should-not-be-named-dynamically-eval
If you are fixed to exactly 7 entries, then you could use
[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7] = Tables{:};
... but you probably shouldn't... at least not unless you have better names available. Perhaps
[flux_monday, flux_tuesday, flux_wednesday, flux_thursday, flux_friday, flux_saturday, flux_sunday] = Tables{:};
Something like that would be reasonable.

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